Terrorism: The legacy of US war in Iraq
Orwell's words could not be truer than in Iraq today where the conscious intent to deceive continues to be the US policy, 11 years after its illegal "shock and awe" invasion. Assisted by a sectarian corrupt regime, the US-led occupation "democratised ...
Attacks kill 16 people in Iraq
BAGHDAD – A series of attacks in Iraq, including a shooting at a security checkpoint and a suicide car bomb, killed 16 people and destroyed a bridge on Sunday, said officials. Police officials said the deadliest attack took place when attackers sprayed ...
Dozens killed in Iraq month ahead of Parliamentary poll
Deaths in Iraq shooting and suicide attacks
Iraq Suicide Bomb Attack Leaves 12 Dead
In Civilian Snapshot Of Iraq, An Artist Is A 'Corpse Washer'
In his latest novel, Iraqi author Sinan Antoon gives readers a stark portrait of contemporary Iraq. Originally written in Arabic and translated into English by Antoon himself, The Corpse Washer was nominated for the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize ...
NSA Tracks All Emails, Texts, Phone Calls in Iraq
In Iraq, the NSA is able to sweep up all emails, text messages and phone location signals in real time. This revelation doesn't come from documents leaked by Edward Snowden, but from the spy agency's own former second-in-command. Former NSA deputy ...
Ex-NSA Official Breezily Reveals Details Of NSA Surveillance Capabilities In Iraq
The NSA's Been Spying On Every Single Call, Text, And Email In Iraq
What Iraq and Afghanistan Vets Think of Obama
Fewer than one-third of veterans from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan approve of President Barack Obama's job performance, and fewer than half think he is a good commander in chief, according to a new survey. President Barack Obama is greeted on the ...
Iraq and Afghanistan: The physical and mental toll, by the numbers
Iraq-Afghanistan Veterans Give Obama Poor Grades
Poll: Iraq And Afghan War Vets Overwhelmingly Prefer George W. Bush Over ...
UN warns of increasing militant links between Iraq, Syria
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The United Nations on Thursday warned about Islamist militant networks increasingly forging links across the border of Syria and Iraq, which is fueling sectarian tensions in a region that has suffered from years of bloodshed.
UN Says 400000 Displaced In Iraq Violence This Year
Theater|Returned From the Front, a Predator Still at War
New York Times
PHILADELPHIA — Under the destabilizing pressure of his wartime experience, not to mention the cruel workings of his own personal demons, an American Marine disintegrates before our eyes in “Don Juan Comes Home From Iraq,” a new drama by Paula ...
$2 Billion In Arms Sales to Iraq: Is It the Right Stuff?
Amid the most deadly month in Iraq in five years, the Pentagon notified Congress last week that it is nearing three deals with the government of Iraq worth nearly $2 billion that would provide military equipment, maintenance, training and general support.
Iraq electoral commission retracts resignation before vote
In a statement following a visit by the United Nations' envoy to Iraq, IHEC said: "The decision has been taken to withdraw the resignations and resume our duties in full confidence". IHEC said it had found itself caught between conflicting rulings from ...
Iraq Electoral Commission Retracts Resignation
No end in sight to Iraq's crisis, analysts say
Iraq: Arrests rise as government attempts to block insurgents' access to Baghdad
Asharq Alawsat English
Following their seizure of the Anbar and Diyala provinces, fighters affiliated with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), an Al-Qaeda-affiliated group, have been recently pushing to extend their influence towards the “Baghdad Belts,” the regions ...
Violence is on the rise in Iraq ahead of key general elections
Iraq Attempts to Block Insurgents' Access to Baghdad
UN: 400000 Iraqis displaced this year